|Lobelia siphilitica||Bluebell Family||Campanulacaea|
|August - September||common|
Description: From 1 to 3 feet tall. Leaves are stemless, ovate, pointed and toothed. Flowers are a Royal Blue, upper lip divided into 2's , lower lip divided into 3's. Stamen is outside of the flower above the mouth (see Image below).
Location: Swamps, wet ground
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